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Karachi:May 29:The school is coeducational institute and is running without any gender disparity, shared the principal, adding that initially the school was for boys but despite the change, some official documents still mention it as a boys’ school.
Madad said the school was constructed as part of the USAID’s Sindh Basic Education Programme, under which 106 schools are to be built Dadu, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Kamber-Shahdadkot, Larkana, Sukkur, Khairpur and Karachi.
The project started in 2013, while the construction of the Kuoro Goth school started in 2014 and was handed over for 10 years to the Charter for Compassion (CFC) under a partnership agreement with the provincial education department. The partnership pertains to the management of the schools’ administrations and was signed in 2016.

The school currently educates 642 students, a rise from last year, when the enrolment was 281 when the elementary and primary schools were still in existence. There are 480 boys and 162 girls in the school.

Kuoro Goth is the only school for students from areas as far as 9km away. The school also provides pick and drop services from Khairpur city. The teaching staff includes 10 government teachers, including the headmaster, and 15 teachers have been hired by the CFC and are being trained regularly on capacity building, lesson planning, content development and teaching methods, said the school’s CFC coordinator Abid Ali. There are also nine non-teaching staff serving at the school as a driver, conductor, sweepers, watchman and peon.The news.